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Hallo Berlin! Startup School General Assembly Will Open A Campus In Germany This Summer

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This summer, startup school General Assembly (GA) will open its second international campus. GA launched in London last November; now it's headed to Berlin where it will partner with telecom company Deutsche Telekom to create a big co-working space for startups and offer classes on technology, design and entrepreneurship.  Since...
Hallo Berlin! Startup School General Assembly Will Open A Campus In Germany This Summer

Here Are The Five Startups In i/o Ventures’ Latest Class

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i/o Ventures, the incubator and co-working space located in San Francisco’s Mission District, just held the demo day for its latest batch of startups. All of them have been working out of the i/o offices for the past three months, and have also received a $25,000 investment. It’s pretty hard...
Here Are The Five Startups In i/o Ventures’ Latest Class

WeWork raises $6.85M as it expands co-working empire and startup labs

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WeWork Labs New York based co-working giant WeWork continues to aggressively expand. It recently opened two new spaces in Los Angeles and at Varick Street in New York. Now Venturebeat has learned WeWork has raised $6.85 million in it second round of capital. “We are going to continue to expand aggressively in...
WeWork raises $6.85M as it expands co-working empire and startup labs

What Greek Startups Can Teach the World

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While some might question the sanity of an individual who decides to make Greek startups a cornerstone of a plan to spread entrepreneurship around the world, Gary Whitehill says the young, entrepreneurial tech startup economy taking hold there offers lessons for startups everywhere. Inspired by Riots Whitehill is founder of...
What Greek Startups Can Teach the World
WeWork Lab’s hip SF pre-incubator space opens its doors

The Depressing Day After You Get TechCrunched

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If you’re a first-time reader, you can get future posts by subscribing via email or following me on Twitter. Note: This post is loosely based on our experience 2 years ago when TechCrunch covered Yipit’s launch. You wake up earlier than normal, grab your iPhone which you slept on top of and do...
The Depressing Day After You Get TechCrunched

Uber continues its US expansion with 'soft launch' in Phoenix

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Pushing ahead with its plans to take its ‘driver for hire’ private cab service to more cities across the the US, Uber has today ‘soft launched’ in Phoenix, having already signed a lease with a creative co-working space to set up operations in the area. The company tweeted a photo...
Uber continues its US expansion with 'soft launch' in Phoenix
The Iron Yard stokes startup fires in the Southeast

This guy got more productive by hiring someone to slap him in the face when he went off task

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We all have those moments throughout the day. We’re on task, full steam ahead on a project and we blink…and we’re on reddit for an hour. Staying productive and keeping our level of forward progress high throughout the day can be one of the hardest things for us to do....
This guy got more productive by hiring someone to slap him in the face when he went off task

Now In Search Of Its Second Cohort, AcceleratorHK Wants To Boost Hong Kong's Nascent Startup Scene

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Hong Kong’s startup scene is still in its infancy, but the founders of AcceleratorHK, the city’s first accelerator program, have high hopes that it will become one of Asia’s leading tech hubs. AcceleratorHK, which is sponsored by Telerik, is now seeking the second batch of startups from within and outside...
Now In Search Of Its Second Cohort, AcceleratorHK Wants To Boost Hong Kong's Nascent Startup Scene
Funding Daily: London Calling

Want A Free Desk In SF? i/o Ventures Is Offering Space For Three Startups

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I don’t want to become the publicity arm for every tech organization throwing contest or giveaway, but once in a while, something comes along that seems like a perfect fit for TechCrunch readers. For example: i/o Ventures, the co-working space and startup incubator based in the Mission District (that’s San...
Want A Free Desk In SF? i/o Ventures Is Offering Space For Three Startups
500 Startups adds new partners and opens a NYC co-working space

Telefónica makes its first ever Wayra startup investment, with UK small jobs marketplace Taskhub

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After launching in Latin America in April 2011, Telefónica‘s startup accelerator Wayra finally landed in Europe early in 2012, starting with Madrid, and followed swiftly after by London. In June, sixteen teams were chosen for the 6-month long incubation in London, one of which was small jobs marketplace Taskhub, which...
Telefónica makes its first ever Wayra startup investment, with UK small jobs marketplace Taskhub

How Microsoft's new Bing Fund will invest in startups

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Voodoo PC founder Rahul Sood, GM of Microsoft’s new Bing Fund. Microsoft today confirmed that it has created a new investment fund and startup incubator sponsored by its Bing search engine. The Bing Fund will be making investments in selected startups, giving them access to Bing’s data for use in...
How Microsoft's new Bing Fund will invest in startups

Take A Look Behind The Desks Of 23 Successful Tech People

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The world's most successful people don't mess around when it comes to their working space. A desk has to be a place where you can be productive, healthy, and comfortable for many hours, day in day out. Craigslist founder Craig Newmark prefers a sparse desk, while Michael Moritz, Chairman at Sequoia...
Take A Look Behind The Desks Of 23 Successful Tech People
Hackathon Project Memstash Helps You Memorize Anything

OpenSignal Opens Up Its API For Crowdsourcing Mobile Signal Strength Maps

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We’re clearly entering a time when ‘big data’ is increasingly crowd-sourced information. There are few better examples of this than what OpenSignal (formerly known as OpenSignalMaps) is doing. Via it’s Android app which runs in the background and ‘sniffs’ for signal strength, it’s bringing transparency to those maps the mobile...
OpenSignal Opens Up Its API For Crowdsourcing Mobile Signal Strength Maps

Exclusive: New York startup, Profitably, loses all but one employee, CEO Adam Neary

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Profitably, a startup trying to bring deep financial analytics to small and medium businesses, was founded two years ago, in March of 2010. Exactly one year ago this week we reported that the company raised $1.1 million in seed funding to grow its team. But in the last week, things have...
Exclusive: New York startup, Profitably, loses all but one employee, CEO Adam Neary

Battling the dark side of coworking

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Independent and remote work may be on the rise and, as many experts have told us, this offers great benefits, from access to new markets for previously underemployed talent to the joys of autonomy and control for workers. But not every aspect of the change is rosy. Provision of benefits...
Battling the dark side of coworking

Social Crowdfunding Platform Rally.org Expands To Europe With New Berlin Incubator And Donations In Euros, With Pounds Coming Soon

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Rally.org, the U.S.-based crowdfunding platform designed for socially-minded causes, is taking its mission to Europe. Today, the startup is opening an incubator in Berlin, its first outside of the U.S., and on a limited beta will start to process donations made on its proprietary payment platform in euros, with the...
Social Crowdfunding Platform Rally.org Expands To Europe With New Berlin Incubator And Donations In Euros, With Pounds Coming Soon

Tigerlabs Accelerator Showcases Its First Batch Of Startups At Princeton Demo Day

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Today, seed fund and startup accelerator Tigerlabs hosted its first Demo Day in Princeton, New Jersey. Co-founded by Jason Glickman (co-founder of Tremor Video) and Bert Navarrete (long-time investor) and with James Smits (recent Princeton graduate) as program director, it provides a 3-month summer accelerator program with $20,000 in funding....
Tigerlabs Accelerator Showcases Its First Batch Of Startups At Princeton Demo Day
Following Entrepreneur Visa Approval, TechStars London Finds A Permanent Home In The UK
FCC Chairman touts Silicon Valley entrepreneurs' new "Internet of Things Consortium"

When one desktop is not enough, there's WindowsPager

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It doesn’t take long to fill your PC’s desktop. Open a browser here, a word processor there, keep a copy of Explorer running in the background, Notepad maybe, and soon it’s starting to take a real effort to locate and switch to the application you need next. WindowsPager could make your...
When one desktop is not enough, there's WindowsPager
BranchOut CEO Rick Marini’s Death-Defying Ride

AppCircus is coming to london again, for developers to showcase their apps

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Take note, startups, AppCircus is hitting London again soon to give app creators the chance to showcase their wares. AppCircus last hit London back in November 2011, with Echoecho walking away triumphantly from the event which was hosted in the city’s TechHub. Just to recap, AppCircus is a traveling showcase...
AppCircus is coming to london again, for developers to showcase their apps
More bad news for Vegas Tech Fund: Star company Romotive is moving to the Bay Area

Gorgeous Shipping Container Art Studio in New York

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Wow! We knew that shipping containers could be used to build beautiful buildings, but this art studio by MB Architecture in Amagansett, New York is truly gorgeous. The artist had a limited budget of $60,000 to work with and wanted something close to home that was both functional as...
Gorgeous Shipping Container Art Studio in New York

To Modernize The Checkbook, Zipmark Launches Developer Platform For Mobile Payments

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Following its recent raise of $2 million in seed funding, the still invite-only mobile payments startup Zipmark is today announcing the launch of its developer program and API. The New York-based company, founded in 2010 by Citigroup alum Jay Bhattacharya and CTO Jake Howerton, leverages the existing check processing network...
To Modernize The Checkbook, Zipmark Launches Developer Platform For Mobile Payments
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